Global giant DLA Piper relied on its geographic diversity to post stable revenues of $3.13 billion in 2020, and the firm, without cuts to personnel, boosted profits per equity partner by 8.8% to hit $2.12 million.

The firm claimed its fourth straight year of growth, with the top-line figure increasing by 0.7%. Meanwhile, business in the United States was “as strong as its ever been,” according to global co-CEO Simon Levine, with U.S. revenue jumping by roughly 6% to 8%.

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